Deadline: 1st July 2016 Extended to July 10  (23:59 US Pacific Time)


In recent  years, MR/AR has  been expanding from an exciting research proposition into a publicly-acknowledged technology.
The field  is highly interdisciplinary, combining  work from areas such as  signal processing,  computer vision, computer  graphics, user interfaces,  human  factors,  wearable  computing,  mobile  computing, computer  networks, displays,  sensors and perceptual science. The  growing interest  in MR/AR applications is  creating new challenges for research  in all of these areas.
The new ISMAR Poster Paper track aims to offer a window to the full spectrum of Mixed and Augmented Reality research. All topics relevant to AR, VR, and MR are of interest. These include, but are not limited to:
  • MR/AR/VR Sensors  
  • Information presentation 
  • User Interaction 
  • System architectures
  • Human factors  
  • MR/AR/VR applications
  • MR/AR/VR Perceptual issues  
This year, there is a new format for Poster Papers allowing for more space.
Poster papers will however still be reviewed on the basis of an extended abstract, which can now be 2-6 pages long and contain a smaller contributions or work-in-progress.
Please note that ISMAR does not consider a poster paper of up to 2-pages to be an archival publication. Therefore submitting work in a 2-pager poster format does not preclude later submitting the same work in the form of a full paper. And to clarify, poster papers with more than 2 pages will need further scrutiny by ISMAR reviewers to check for added value when submitted as a full paper in later years. ISMAR reviewers are committed to maintaining and enforcing these reviewing principles.
Accepted Poster Papers will be published in the adjunct proceedings of IEEE ISMAR 2016 and will be included in the IEEE Xplore digital library.  Poster Paper presentation sessions will be organized at the conference. At least one of the authors must register and attend the conference to present the poster.

Important Deadlines 

Poster Paper Submission: 1st July 2016, Extended to July 10 (23:59 US Pacific Time)
Notification for Posters: 15th July 2016 
Camera-ready copy: 29th July 2016

Submission Guidelines 

Guidelines and Format for New Poster Papers (2-6 pages)
Posters papers must follow the "Conference Proceedings" format for which templates (TEX, DOC) are available from the submission guidelines.
All materials must be submitted electronically through the Precision


ISMAR 2016 Poster Papers Co-Chairs: poster_chairs [at]

  • José Martínez Carranza, National Institute of Astrophysics, Opitcs and Electronics, Mexico  
  • Tobias Langlotz, University of Otago, New Zealand 
  • Eduardo Veas, Know Center GmbH, Austria